A cage was set up to catch the tiger
Relatives informed that it has been decided to bring the dead body home. The procedures for this are going on. The proceedings are going on under the public service wing of the Cultural Forum.
Care nest for Karimannur: Housing complex inaugurated by Chief Minister, 30 more housing complexes will be built under Life Mission
Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that 30 more housing complexes will be constructed in the state under the Life Mission housing project. He was speaking while inaugurating a flat complex in Karimannur online. The Chief Minister inaugurated four housing complexes at Kadambur (Kannur), Punalur (Kollam), Vijayapuram (Kottayam) and Karimannur (Idukki) which were completed by Life Mission for landless and houseless families.
Land availability is the problem. That is what led the government to the concept of Bhawan Samuchayam. Government has already built houses for 3.5 lakh families through Life Mission. Construction of 25 housing complexes is going on at different places. The government provides shelter to the homeless through various schemes. More than 50,000 houses were constructed in the last financial year alone. The construction of 64,585 houses is progressing in various stages. The Chief Minister said that everyone’s dream of having their own house will come true.
Water Resources Minister Roshi Augustin inaugurated the meeting organized at Bhavana Samuchchaya Anganam in Venapara, Karimmannur and handed over the keys. The goal of the government is to provide housing for all. The minister said that the government is trying to ensure the care of families so that they can maintain self-sufficiency. Village Panchayat President Nizamol Shaji presided. Idukki District Panchayat President KT Binu delivered the keynote speech. District Collector Sheeba George congratulated.
The housing complex built at 50 cents has 42 houses spread over four floors, an anganwadi for public use and a senior citizen centre. Karimannur Venapara flat complex has the distinction of being the first residential complex in Kerala to be completed without cement or brick using light gauge steel frame technology. Each house has an area of 420 square feet comprising of two bedrooms, hall, kitchen, balcony, bathroom and toilet. A house costs Rs 13 lakh. The total construction cost of the housing complex is around 6 crores. An Anganwadi and health care system will be set up by the Panchayat in this regard. Apart from accommodation facilities, study room, day care and office room are specially equipped. 2 of the apartments are for disabled persons. Basement floor facility is also provided for vehicle parking. Gram Panchayat President Association District President M. Latish, Vice President Sansan Akkakat, Secretary Augustine VA and others spoke.
Read Latest Gulf News and Malayalam News